3D Printing (For Dummies)
Friday, 03 November 2023

Aimed at hobbyists and business people interested in 3D printing, this is a quick-start guide to desktop manufacturing. Richard Horne takes a tour of the latest devices and resources and shows how to streamline and configure your 3D printing workflow for maximum efficiency. It’s also a handy guide for more experienced users looking to learn the latest and greatest in additive manufacturing. Updated for the latest generation of machines and materials, this book walks you through creating models and printing 3D objects.

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Author: Richard Horne
Publisher: For Dummies
Date: October 2023
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-1394169474
Print: 1394169477
Kindle: B0CHHKY5HK
Audience: General
Level: Introductory
Category: Hardware platforms

Topics include:

  • Types of 3D printers & materials
  • What 3D printing is good for
  • How to find & create designs for 3D- printable objects
  • 3D printing for business
  • Consumer-level 3D printers
  • Setting up, controlling, and customizing your 3D printer


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